FBC's women's ministry equips women to grow spiritually as we encourage one another and bear the fruit of the Spirit to impact our world for Christ. It is our desire to connect women to God and each other as they face life's many challenges. As we grow in our faith and fellowship, our lives will be transformed. We offer opportunities for growth, support, encouragement, service and outreach. No matter your age or place in life, there is a place for you to grow and thrive. Contact Meg Harper for more information.
Women's Bible Studies
FBC Women's Ministry is offering three groups. WOW will be studying the book of Isaiah with weekly teaching by Sue Winchenbaugh. M2M will be studying the Fruit of the Spirit. 2X2 will continue their study of The Greatest Stories Ever Told, the parables of Jesus, taught by Bronwyn Lea.
Register for the Winter Bible study beginning January 6 in-person at the WOW table in the Courtyard , on the first day of the session, or register online. Cost for the study is $35; partial scholarships are available. Pay by check or pay online.
Tuesdays 9:15 am @ FBC
Women of the Word is for women of all ages. Childcare is available. If you have questions, please contact Debra Ries at or 530.753.4224.
Tuesdays 9:15 am @ FBC
Mom2Mom is for women with children ages birth through elementary. Come discover how God is using the experiences and events of motherhood as spiritual formation in your life. Friendship, mentor moms and intersecting motherhood and faith. If you have questions, please contact Jenny Luxa at .
Every other Thursday at 7pm
2x2 is a an evening Bible study for women of all ages with full days and hearts for fellowship and connection through the Word. Meeting for 2 hours every 2 weeks on Thursday nights. If you have questions, please contact Erica Ganyo at
Heart to Heart - Women's Mentoring Ministry
Women: are you willing to walk beside another as a "big sister" in the family of God, helping her learn to live out God's truth in her daily life? Contact Kimberly Sorbello at for more information.
Helping Hands Volunteer
Our Helping Hands volunteers provide meals for families in our church who are dealing with a new baby, serious illness, or a recent death. Contact Amanda Gibson at if you're interested in becoming a volunteer and helping out 2-3 times a year.